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BOOK REVIEW: “Blink” by Malcolm Gladwell (2007)

The subtitle to this book is “The Power of Thinking without Thinking.” Having read it, you have to wonder just how much thinking really went in to putting the thing together.

This is the worst type of “business” book; a collection (jumble) of stories and anecdotes that try to pass themselves off as having some foundation in science.  

Read it, blink and you will have already forgotten the contents.

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Building Enduring Success

Building enduring succ

Guest blog by Patrick Mazzariol

Many people have written about the key components of business success. Suggestions range from evaluating lessons learned to recognizing opportunities and having a willingness to take measured risks. Clearly such concepts can play an influential role. However, there are three key foundational imperatives for ensuring enduring success. Leadership, flexibility and sound values are vital.   Continue reading

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